In the current situation in Malaysia, where everyone has the potential to have the SARS CoV 2 virus and may show no symptoms for the first 48 hours after infection, it is important we understand we need to take precaution at all time. Wearing the correct personal protective equipment for any procedure that we are going to perform will prevent the healthcare workers from getting COVID19 infection. In an article published in the MalayMail, Prof Dr Sanjay Rampal and Assoc Prof Dr Nirmala Bhoo Pathy discuss the issues at length.
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